Lucid Dreaming Frequently Asked Questions Answered by The Lucidity Institute

http://www.lucidity.com/LucidDreamingFAQ2.html

Don’t be tempted comrades.

I trained myself once to be a lucid dreamer, by keeping a notepad and pencil under my pillow and getting into the habit of waking myself (whenever I could) from a dream and writing down a brief description of the dream. After a few weeks, you begin to get control of the dreams, which is fun for a while.

However, it also has a dramatic effect on the quality of your sleep. It is almost like having 24 hour consciousness and after a few weeks of that, you begin to feel the effects of severe sleep deprivation. It took several months to decondition myself and get back to normal sleeping. Not recommended!

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About Harry Stottle
Refugee from the Stumbleupon Blogicide of October 2011 Here you will find my "kneejerk" responses to the world and what I happen to bump into. For my more detailed considerations and proposals, please visit my website or my previous main blogging site.

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